The DVD includes the following shorts:
- "Tops with Pops" (1957 - Hanna-Barbera)
- "Monster Con" (Tom and Jerry Tales 2007)
- "Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl" (1950 - Hanna-Barbera)
- "Of Feline Bondage" (1965 - Chuck Jones)
- "Saturday Evening Puss" (1950 - Hanna-Barbera)
- "The A-Tom- Snowman" (1966 - Chuck Jones)
- "Surf-bored" Cat (1967 - Chuck Jones)
- "Snowbody Loves Me" (1964 - Chuck Jones)
- "Duel Personality" (1966 - Chuck Jones)
- "Is There a Doctor in the Mouse?" (1964 - Chuck Jones)
- "The Haunted Mouse" (1965 - Chuck Jones)
- "Declaration of Independunce" (Tom and Jerry Tales 2007)
- "Kitty Hawked" (Tom and Jerry Tales 2007)
- "Which Witch" (Tom and Jerry Tales 2007)
Several of the transfers really didn't come across well at all, with obvious scratches and a jittery picture. It was especially noticeable in some of the shorts from the '50s and '60s. The newer Tom and Jerry Tales shorts had nice, clean transfers with little extra movement beyond what the creators wanted. You do get to see favorites from the original shorts, including Spike and Tyke, Butch, Lightning, and Topsy. Of the classics included, I think "Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl," "Saturday Evening Puss," and "The Haunted Mouse" are my favorites.
Unfortunately you also get to see ill-conceived shorts from Tom and Jerry Tales like "Monster Con" which pairs Tom up with Van Helsing as they go monster hunting at a monster convention. Like most of the newer Tom and Jerry cartoons, these seem to be poor, shallow imitations of the earlier era of shorts.
Beyond the Tom and Jerry cartoons themselves, there are no extras except for a few trailers for other Warner Brothers-produced shows such as The Looney Tunes Show (which fails except for the brilliant 3D Road Runner/Coyote cartoons) and a collection of Snoopy's adventures in Happiness Is... Peanuts: Snoopy's Adventures.
If you're a fan of the classic Tom and Jerry cartoons, I'd seriously skip Tom and Jerry: Fur Flying Adventures, Volume 2 and save your money for the upcoming Tom & Jerry Golden Collection: Volume One to be released in October 2011.